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Buying or selling accounts? RMR is defined in different ways, and you need a very careful understanding of how it is going to be calculated for your deal.
A properly drafted alarm contract makes crystal clear what an alarm company is willing to do, what its limitations are and what risks it’s not willing to take.
You and your kid(s) can make a great living in the “alarm business,” even if you don’t recognize your company five years from now.
Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum shares topics to keep an eye on in 2020, including recurring monthly revenue, the exculpatory clause, insurance coverage and more.
The alarm contract contains various provisions that acting together shift the risk for liability to the customer, not the alarm company.
An exculpatory clause provides that the alarm company is not liable for damages suffered by the subscriber in certain circumstances.
Do you take this central station to be your monitoring provider? Here are a few things you should keep in mind before taking the leap.
There’s eventually going to come a day when customers won’t do business with you unless you take proper cyber-precautions.
Be aware of time limit provisions on commencing action, and don’t wait to collect from defaulted subscribers. Otherwise, you may end up out of luck.
A man in Tennessee was robbed after ADT told him to report to the scene of a burglary at his store and wait for police. Would you do the same?